By GRETCHEN REYNOLDS: Does exercise influence the body’s internal clock? Few of us may be conscious of it, but our bodies, and in turn our health, are ruled by rhythms.
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by: Peter Murray: A Norwegian company is breaking with convention and switching to an alternative energy it hopes will be safer, cleaner and more efficient. But this isn’t about ditching fossil fuels, but rather about making the switch from uranium to thorium.
by: Jason Dorrier: Radio telescopes have been sifting the stars since 1937. Most slowly scan a small percent of the sky. But that’s about to change.
By DENISE GRADY: PHILIPSBURG, Pa. — Emma Whitehead has been bounding around the house lately, practicing somersaults and rugby-style tumbles that make her parents wince.
Stanislav Grof, M.D., Ph.D.: by Alvaro Jardim: What is the innovation that transpersonal psychology and your work bring to psychology as a science?
Stanislav Grof, M.D., Ph.D.: Preface to Christopher Bache’s Dark Night, Early Dawn: Steps to a Deep Ecology of Mind. State University of NewYork Press, Albany, NY, 2000.
by Pete Danko: A garment whose very fibers generate power from the sun?
By Kevin Daum, visit Inc. Most people don’t really think much about how they learn. Generally you assume learning comes naturally.
by: Peter Murray: The bebionic is tightening its grip on its reputation as one of the world’s most advanced prosthetic hands.
by Adario Strange: Futurist and inventor Ray Kurzweil is known for his belief in the idea of near-immortality through science-powered life extension.